molto

adverb
mol·to | \ˈmōl-(ˌ)tō, ˈmȯl- \

Definition of molto 

: much, very used in music directions

First Known Use of molto

circa 1786, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for molto

Italian, from Latin multum, from neuter of multus much

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